Stare-Down. It’s the latest show in the annual Louisville Photo Biennial you should probably hear about, because it might be one of the most engaging and confrontational shows you’re going to come across this year. Photographer and artist Joey Harrison has chosen work from 24 different photographers spread across 11 countries, and in every shot the subject makes direct eye contact with the camera. It’s jarring, unflinching, and at times a little unsettling. Some of the artists featured in the exhibition are Jorge Arteaga, Sergi Bernal, Michael Brohm, Mariano Del Valle and Mark Forman. On Thursday, Oct. 8 curator Joey Harrison will be on-hand at 6 p.m. to discuss the pieces, the photographers and what drew him to select them for this particular exhibition.